PLEASE NOTE: We will have limited capacity of five (5) participants during each yoga session. Please reserve a slot through www.climbbr.com or call the gym at (864) 895-1416. We are also requiring everyone to bring their own mats. Visit the CBR website for more details on policies/safeguards being implemented during this time
Looking for a great way to bridge the first part of your work week to the last part of the work week? Look no further because you can find this along with some balance and extra energy during Power Hour yoga at Climb @ Blue Ridge. Come join Ruth for a midweek workout that is sure to give you the fuel you need to conquer the rest of your week in stride.
All levels of experience are welcome from beginner to advanced.
Ruth began practicing yoga shortly after her first child was born in 2006 and she immediately fell in love with the practice. Not only did she feel better – both physically and mentally – yoga taught Ruth to approach challenges in her life as opportunities rather than obstacles. This shift in her outlook continues to this day, but she has learned in order to approach these opportunities with calmness and clarity, she must stay connected to her mat. She completed the 230-hour teacher training program with Karen Noonan of Yoganize in 2017 and is now a registered yoga teacher through Yoga Alliance. Ruth hopes to make the world a better place through her
teaching, one person at a time. As Mother Teresa says, “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.”
Wednesdays, 7:15pm to 8:15pm
$5 for members | $10 for non-members or $30 for 4 classes
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